A winter garden is currently the most up-to-date, if it is not yet too cold and not too warm. Enjoying sunlight in this transitional season is a must. If you have some space, organize a small winter garden or sun nook, and even this small space will bring you a lot of joy. How can you organize that? Just put up some seating of your choice – a small sofa, armchair, or some chairs, and add a coffee table to place your book and favorite bowl on. Add cozy textiles to make the conservatory feel more comfortable: lace curtains, a rug, and a couple of soft pillows are just what you need. Let the following ideas inspire you and organize your own sun corner!
Conservatory living room
The most common case is the use of a conservatory as a living room. You may see a lot of nooks and crannies and spaces designed for this function. How to decorate a small living room in the winter garden First, decide on the style – if it’s a minimalist space, you might not need a lot of decor or furniture at all. If the space is extremely small, you can opt for a built-in bench or seating with storage, add a coffee table, as well as an ottoman and voila! When you have some space, set up multiple loungers for maximum comfort and add a hanging chair. Coffee tables and stools are especially topical if you want to drink tea or coffee here. A winter garden living room is a perfect idea for an indoor space that feels outdoors. If you live in a harsh climate this is a brilliant idea. Equip the room according to the style and colors you have chosen: for a minimalist winter garden it can be a candle lantern and a work of art, for a boho-chic room it can be something wicker, light textiles and prints, jute carpets and woven planters, you can even use some patio furniture and accessories in the sunroom if you want. Don’t forget that airy curtains or Roman shades are a good idea when there is often a lot of sunlight and even warmth in the room.
Conservatories with other functions
Sometimes you just don’t need a second living room, but other rooms that can be accommodated in a winter garden. It can be a reading nook, study, or dining area, which is a very popular idea. You just skip a traditional dining room and take it to the conservatory for sunshine and meals. A home office is easy to create: put up a comfortable desk or make a windowsill, add a chair and some potted green – and voila! Curtains or blinds are a must when planning a home office – otherwise, sunspots on the screen are inevitable. A reading nook is even easier to make up: put some chairs or loungers or a small sofa, put some bookshelves, lamps and voila! Lamps and lights are an essential part of the decor if you want to spend time here evening and evening, especially if you want to work or read.